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What to do when Good Teeth and Implants go Bad? The Standard of Care for Laser Periodontitis Treatment

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The PerioLase® MVP- 7™ for the LANAP® Protocol has set the Standard of Care for Laser Periodontitis Treatment. Implemented by over 14% of active, US-based AAP members and supported by 2 human histology studies. This FDA cleared technology and evidence-based protocol provide consistent, reproducible, positive bone-building results to reverse gum disease. Take control over periodontitis in your practice and treat the disease most people have, the way they want it treated. This is the ONLY laser and protocol with scientific proof of a regenerative outcome and no adverse effects. Understand laser energy and how the LANAP® protocol creates the specific environment to turn periodontal “degeneration” into “regeneration” around failing teeth and implants.

Date Added:
4/23/2012

Author(s):

Dawn Bloore, DDS Dawn Bloore, DDS
Dr. Dawn M. Bloore has lectured nationally and internationally and published on the subject of the LANAP procedure and the clinical laser applications of the PerioLase MVP-7. ...
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Questions & Comments
Andrea Abelman - (6/16/2012 2:35 PM)

If you want to see the evidence - go to lanap.com (the Millenium website) and watch the 5-30-12 webinar by Dr. Robert Gregg (founder of the company), and Lloyd Tilt's webinar as well. I am a relatively new Periolase user, but so far the results look great.

sally al yafai - (4/25/2012 9:16 PM)

Nice work .......<<< thanks Dr

Helder da Silva - (4/25/2012 8:14 PM)

Sorry but this presentation is only commercial. She is a saler!

Arshad Hasan - (4/25/2012 3:08 PM)

Well since webinar wednesday is sponsored heavily, we can expect overkill of commercialism. Although a great presentation and I have no doubts on knowledge or skill of Dr Bloore, we were not provided with references from reputed perio journals. However, its a great effort from Dental XP. Keep it up

Jalil Zhian - (4/25/2012 2:42 PM)

Thank you Dr. Bloore for well thought and organized presentation.

Atanaska Trenkova - (4/25/2012 10:03 AM)

No doubts about the clinical achievements of Dr Dawn Bloore, however when you have only one hour presentation spending about 2/3 of it on selling the technique , again no doubts about it, could be a little bit too much, at least for me. I would suggest no more than 1/4 of your time for advertising. Thanks.

rami chayah - (4/25/2012 9:16 AM)

Thank you Dr. Bloore. Can you please support your statements(claims) about diode laser with evidence based studies or clinical trials? I have to say that this is the first time to hear so much negativity about Diode laser!!

Edward Kusek - (4/25/2012 1:01 AM)

Sounds like an advertisement for the company. Maurice, how many times have you used this LAPIP treatment and how many times has this been successful?

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